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    12 Tips for Making a Copy of Your Penis

    12 Tips for Making a Copy of Your Penis

    We realize that making a copy of your dick is something you probably don't do every day. The penis molding process can be a new and sometimes intimidating experience. When's the last time you stuck your erect penis into a tube full of luke-warm molding goo? Never mind. Don't answer that.


    Whether you are a DIY clone kit newbie or a penis cloning pro, we are here for you every step of the way! We've come up with 12 tips to help you make sure your homemade dildo is perfect!

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    Clone A Willy Attends the Berlin Film Society’s
    Erika Lust “XConfessions” Screening in Berlin (NSFW)

    Clone A Willy Attends the Berlin Film Society’s <br> Erika Lust “XConfessions” Screening in Berlin (NSFW)

    Still from “Some Never Awaken”. Credit: Erika Lust

    Last month, Clone A Willy had the opportunity to attend the Berlin Film Society’s steamy night of erotic short films by Erika Lust, accompanied by a live performance by Taylor Rose at Sisyphos, a club in an old DDR dog biscuit factory.

    Erika Lust screened films from her “XConfessions” project, an ambitious project in which Lust asks her fans and followers to anonymously contribute their erotic stories. She turns two confessions into beautifully-shot and cinematic short films every month. This is significant, as it is the first crowd-sourced erotic film project in the history of the adult film industry.

    To give you more background on the filmmaker, Erika Lust defends the importance of the female gaze and the need of having women behind the camera in all key positions. Her philosophy for modern adult cinema is based on four main ideas:

    • women’s pleasure matters
    • adult cinema can have cinematic values
    • we need more body types
    • different ages and diverse races and the production process has to be ethical

    The screenings were followed by a Q+A, in which audience members both applauded and questioned the motives of Lust and her collaborators. Lust and the Berlin Film Society picked out two confessions from audience members, who then publicly claimed their fantasies and were awarded toys from Other Nature.

    We had so much fun with this party and porn screening and hope to see more similar events from Lust and beyond.

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    The Steps to Cloning-A-Willy

    The Steps to Cloning-A-Willy

    How To mold a penis


    The first step of the cloning process is to create a precise negative mold of your willy. To achieve the highest level of detail, each Clone A Willy Kit contains a specially formulated body casting alginate. Alginate is a natural polymer derived from brown seaweed. It’s completely edible, body-safe, and lots of fun to use!  

    Next is the oh-so-important insertion step. Once fully erect, insert your willy into the alginate-filled molding tube and hold for about 60 seconds. The alginate cures up quickly into a spongy, flexible mold, so your willy can be easily removed.

    Clone A Willy’s incredibly pure, life-like silicone is what makes us so special! Some ‘silicones’ are hybrids or tin-cure silicones, and aren’t necessarily body safe. They tend to shrink and break down over time, and often smell funny. Your finished clone is a medical-grade platinum silicone, free from contaminants, phthalates, or toxins of any kind. It‘ll not only be absolutely true to size and shape, but it’ll be completely safe to use.  

    4. REVEAL
    By morning, you’ll have an exact, medical grade silicone copy of your own willy; each tiny ridge and vein perfectly reproduced. It’s completely stable, can be used with any lube, and looks and even FEELS just like the real thing!

    The Science of Sex: Do lubricants kill sperm?

    by David Claus, Ph.D.

    Recent evidence shows they just might. It's not only those containing spermicides that are potentially toxic to sperm - they all might be - at least to some degree. 

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    Years of peer reviewed, published research has shown that most sexual lubricants can decrease sperm's mobility, making it more difficult to reach an egg (1), but now there's a fair amount of credible research suggesting that those same lubricants might actually be toxic to sperm (2).

    Just about all of the top selling lubricant brands have been studied, and time after time, mobility, motility and viability of sperm were dramatically reduced after exposure to the lube. Even in small concentrations these lubes not only impeded sperm's ability to swim, but also decreased their ability to survive and/or caused possible damage to their chromosomes (3).

    What is it about these lubricants that is actually harming sperm?
    It might be their acidity. Ideally the best pH value environment for a healthy sperm is between 7.0 and 8.5, or slightly alkaline. Lubricants tend to have pH values below 7, making most of them acidic. Some lubricants have pH values as low as 3 or 4. These overly acidic environments can cause sperm death. Actually, the vagina's own natural acidic secretions can even kill sperm.  However, just before ovulation the pH of the cervical mucus rises slightly, which helps protect the sperm during this time.

    Sperm are also sensitive to both high and low osmolality (concentration of osmotically active particles in solution) because these can cause the cells to either shrink or swell too much. A physiologic osmolality around 320 mOsm/kg (that of semen) is best for sperm function (4). Sperm motility decreases with exposure to increasing osmolality, with all motion stopping at 600 mOsm or greater. Lubricants have osmolality levels 3-10 times that of semen that causes irreversible damage to sperm motility. Even water based lubricants can contain glycerin (also potentially toxic to sperm) or propylene glycol, both of which are highly hyperosmotic.

    Should you believe the marketing?
    Many leading brands state in their marketing material that they "will not kill sperm" or that they have "no effect on sperm motility." This is in spite of published literature to the contrary. There are hundreds of personal lubricants on the market nowadays, offering everything from 'purely organic' versions to brands that contain spermicides, create heating sensations, or even include numbing agents. In our research, the 'Pure,' 'Natural' or 'Organic' versions fare no better than the others.  If you are trying to conceive, one lube called Pre Seed claims to be completely 'sperm friendly,' and appears to have the actual data to back it up (5).

    David Claus, PhD, is a chemist and expert on heavy-metals and their impact on bioinorganic systems.


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